SightSensor intelligent video cameras from SightLogix, which specializes in automated outdoor video systems for area and perimeter security, are now compatible with the Avigilon Control Center high-definition video management software.
SightSensor thermal and visible video intrusion detection cameras are designed for accurate, automated video detection and low nuisance alarm rates in a wide range of outdoor environments. When combined with the Control Center software from Vancouver, British Columbia-based Avigilon, customers gain an integrated situational awareness platform for protecting outdoor assets of any size.
“SightLogix' technology provides accurate and cost-efficient security over outdoor areas which require constant vigilance,” said John Romanowich, president and CEO of SightLogix, based in Princeton, N.J. “When deployed with Avigilon’s system, customers gain an automated video surveillance solution for real-time incident management and response. SightLogix’ open-architecture approach facilitates an easy integration with video management systems such as Avigilon's.”
SightLogix combines edge-based video analytics, long and wide area coverage and geo-spatial target tracking into systems deployed around the world to meet critical security needs in outdoor environments.
Here's a video of SightLogix Thermal SightSensor technology in action. It's designed for long-range automated outdoor perimeter and buffer zone protection without lighting.
SightLogix systems use significant processing power into each intelligent video camera. The processors first stabilize the image to adjust for camera motion, compensate for the ever-changing lighting environment, and filter out small movements from trees, leaves, shadows and water reflections.
Only after adjusting for all of these outdoor variables does the video analysis take place. SightLogix integrates tightly with camera electronics, taking advantage of the higher (100X or more) image definition and total dynamic range, available only by processing video inside the camera using a multi-DSP architecture at the network edge.
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